Aphrodite’s Island – Cyprus Holiday Packages

 

upload-90b29b70-f313-11e4-9d5c-57ad60b4e218Cyprus is not exactly the first place I would think of when going on holiday. In fact, I never knew much about the island at all, except that it was situated somewhere in the Mediterranean and that they have olives, so when my friend Dylan phoned me and asked if I wanted to go to Cyprus with him, I thought “why not?”

Paphos

We were set to stay at Paphos for six days. Paphos is a seafront town with palm trees along the coast line, with an airy laid-back kind of charm to it. For our stay we booked into one of the local hotels, with sea views and were situated in the Pano Paphos, which is the city center itself. Paphos is basically divided into two parts, Papo Paphos, which is the town itself and Kato Paphos, the coastal area. Paphos is now hailed as the new “Ibiza” – it is party country in that city.

Cyprus is an island filled with rich history and Pano Paphos has a grand archaeological museum which holds an extensive collection of Cypriot antiquities. Dylan and I went for a tour through the Tombs of the Kings. Although there are no real royalty buried here anymore, it was the actual burial place of all aristocratic residents of Paphos and got its name because of its rather majestic appearance. The Tombs of the Kings is incredible and a rather complex mixture of mausoleums and chambers built into a rocky hillside. Some of the dates go back as far as Christ’s birth and as Dylan pointed out, very well preserved. I gather he would know better since he is an archaeologist and therefore it made perfect sense as to why he chose Cyprus with vigorous passion in which to enjoy a holiday. He informed me that the tombs had received Unesco World Heritage status and despite being a little under educated in archeology, I understood and also felt that there is something wondrous about this place.

Kato Paphos, which is the coastal region, is gorgeous. The striking Coral Bay has a stunning sun-kissed beach with golden sands and the deep blue ocean attracts a lot of ardent water sport enthusiasts of course. Dylan did some kite-surfing while I had lunch at one of the many local restaurants that forms part of the seaside promenade. It was at a restaurant where I had my first experience of Halloumi. Halloumi is a cheese indigenous to Cyprus and Lebanon. Made from goat’s or sheep’s milk, it’s deep fried to perfection. In Cyprus it is called Saganaki. It’s the bee’s knees to say the least and was served with a delicious helping of soft lamb sausage, neither of which I’ve eaten before. Before the week was over, I made sure that Dylan and I went back to the same restaurant in order for him to experience the exhilarating taste of halloumi. Who knew cheese could be so good? Dylan’s reaction was as I expected, the same as mine, so of course both of us invested in a pound or two to take back home. (Also try Sivinia, the Cypriot grappa)

A sort of romantic history

What I liked about Paphos specifically was the romantic history tied to this little town with its hectic night life and party vibe. The story follows that the goddess of love, sex and beauty, the goddess Aphrodite, was born here in Paphos as this was the place where she landed when she rose from the sea. With history that pre-dates Homer (700 BC), Aphrodite is still evident Paphos and the worship of this goddess inspired many poets their love for Paphos.

I came with Dylan to Cyprus, but with no wish of my own to visit Cyprus whatsoever, expecting little to see and do, but came back a history student of the Greek gods. Dylan just laughed at me, since it didn’t even take five days to make me study history. For the first time I understood Dylan’s fascination as to why he became an archaeologist and why he wanted to come to Cyprus. Even if history is not exactly your scene, I can promise you this, apart from experiencing one of the most beautiful Mediterranean island vacations you can imagine, you will come back from your holiday with an ardent love for history, which proves that Aphrodite is still hard at work.

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Better Sex With Games for the Ho-Ho-Holidays

December is host to more celebratory events than one can throw a stick at. There’s copious amounts of food, plenty of company – and the opportunity for better sex for many. That last one may not always be at the top of everybody’s list, but in fact the holidays are an excellent time for exploring new sex games with one’s partner. Men who have taken proper care to maintain penis health throughout the year may find the holidays are the perfect time to add some fun and sparkle to their bedroom routine.

Sex games are fun at any time of the year and can often jumpstart a relationship that has become a little ho-ho-hum, thereby leading to better sex. With that in mind, couples may want to consider incorporating some appropriately-themed sex games into the holidays. Some suggestions follow, but couples should feel free to let their imaginations roam wide and come up with their own celebratory games.

Trim the Tree. For the couple that has never experimented with pubic shaving, this is an excellent opportunity. The partners can discuss what they would like – a full shave, a light trim, or perhaps shaving the hair into a star or candle pattern. Then, together the partners can take turns shaving each other – carefully, of course. (Definitely not a good idea to handle a razor or scissors after too much eggnog consumption!)

Deck the Balls. Balls get hung on the tree every year; men already come hung, but their equipment might need a little decorating. A guy should invite his partner to indulge her creative bent on his testicles. Some well-applied body paint is an easy way to start, and can change those balls into an explosion of color. Another option: Dispense with the traditional penis ring but do use some colorful ribbon to create the same effect.

Make It Out of Clay. The dreidel song famously sings of the toy being made of clay; why stop with the dreidel, though? A safe and appropriate polymer clay can be spread over a man’s penis to create a clay replica. The clay can also be used to provide a clay version of a woman’s breasts or of the buttocks of either partner.

Naughty or Nice. Cosplay is often an excellent way to add spice to a relationship. One of the partners may wish to dress up as Santa and then determine if the other partner has been naughty or nice. For some reason, naughty tends to win out more in this game – especially if the price for being naughty involves getting naked.

Good Things Come in Small Packages. The less-endowed male, as well as those of other proportions, might want to consider exploring a penis sleeve for some holiday cheer. Or perhaps this is the time to try some ribbed condoms, French ticklers or other toys that might add to the festivities.

Caroling Climax. The partners choose a recording of a favorite holiday song or songs. The goal is to try to time the couple’s climax to coincide with the end of the song (or songs). A variation can be to have each partner manually stimulate the other; the winner is the one who does not climax before the end of the piece.

Better sex goals don’t have to be limited to the holidays, of course. Before and after engaging in such games, a man might find it helpful to regularly use a top-notch penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) so that his equipment remains healthy. Some sex games can be played with extra relish and enthusiasm, resulting in a happy but very sore penis. A cream with a high-end emollient such as Shea butter and a natural hydrator like vitamin E can help fix that problem. Rough handling also sometimes results in some “deadening” of the package’s nerves; a cream that contains a neuroprotective ingredient like acetyl L-carnitine can help deal with loss of sensation in the member.

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Reasons Why Golf Holidays Are So Popular Today

When going for a holiday the main purpose of everyone is to relax. Often playing your favourite sport and working out is the best way to relax and enjoy. This is one reason why golf holidays are the most sought after and in demand holiday packages today.

If you think of golf, you will instantly picture men all geared up and dressed in their best Sunday casuals. You can imagine them swinging their golf clubs with all their might while also having their drink alongside it. However, today it is not just men but also women who have started taking interest in the game. Golf being an intriguing and an athletic game also applies strategy. This has attracted the interest of the female sex as unlike many other games it is not just brawn but also brain.

Thus today you will find many women planning their own golf tours and golf trips which allow them to have their cake and also eat it. If you look at it from the women’s point of view then you will want to know what is it that has attracted the attention of the female sex towards this traditionally male dominated sport.

One of the main reasons why women today take interest in planning golf holidays is because of the game itself. When choosing the holiday package they often opt for the Gold coast golf packages or the Sunshine coast golf as it offers the best golf courses around the world. They are avid golfers and hence as concerned about the condition of the green as any golfing professional.

Before choosing the package they take into consideration if the course is challenging or not. They also check if there are all the necessary amenities available like if there is restroom or no. They also check the ranking of the golf course before they consider the golfing package on offer.

The other very important aspect in choosing the package is to check the location of the golf course. The best golf courses are considered to be in countries like Scotland, Ireland, Australia and UK. The golf courses here are not only challenging and tricky but also among the best designed and well maintained.

Location is one of the major points to consider whenever planning a vacation, no matter whether it is a golf vacation or a general holiday. You need to take into consideration also the climate and the scenery and accordingly plan your trip.

The other very important factor to consider is of course the cost. You will have to take into consideration your budget before you go ahead and choose the destination and plan your holiday. Though the cost factor may be considered at last yet there is no denying the fact that it is the most important. Especially with women, when it comes to planning the holiday, it is not only the destination but also the price needs to be sensational.

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Aphrodite’s Island – Cyprus Holiday Packages

Cyprus is not exactly the first place I would think of when going on holiday. In fact, I never knew much about the island at all, except that it was situated somewhere in the Mediterranean and that they have olives, so when my friend Dylan phoned me and asked if I wanted to go to Cyprus with him, I thought “why not?”

Paphos

We were set to stay at Paphos for six days. Paphos is a seafront town with palm trees along the coast line, with an airy laid-back kind of charm to it. For our stay we booked into one of the local hotels, with sea views and were situated in the Pano Paphos, which is the city center itself. Paphos is basically divided into two parts, Papo Paphos, which is the town itself and Kato Paphos, the coastal area. Paphos is now hailed as the new “Ibiza” – it is party country in that city.

Cyprus is an island filled with rich history and Pano Paphos has a grand archaeological museum which holds an extensive collection of Cypriot antiquities. Dylan and I went for a tour through the Tombs of the Kings. Although there are no real royalty buried here anymore, it was the actual burial place of all aristocratic residents of Paphos and got its name because of its rather majestic appearance. The Tombs of the Kings is incredible and a rather complex mixture of mausoleums and chambers built into a rocky hillside. Some of the dates go back as far as Christ’s birth and as Dylan pointed out, very well preserved. I gather he would know better since he is an archaeologist and therefore it made perfect sense as to why he chose Cyprus with vigorous passion in which to enjoy a holiday. He informed me that the tombs had received Unesco World Heritage status and despite being a little under educated in archeology, I understood and also felt that there is something wondrous about this place.

Kato Paphos, which is the coastal region, is gorgeous. The striking Coral Bay has a stunning sun-kissed beach with golden sands and the deep blue ocean attracts a lot of ardent water sport enthusiasts of course. Dylan did some kite-surfing while I had lunch at one of the many local restaurants that forms part of the seaside promenade. It was at a restaurant where I had my first experience of Halloumi. Halloumi is a cheese indigenous to Cyprus and Lebanon. Made from goat’s or sheep’s milk, it’s deep fried to perfection. In Cyprus it is called Saganaki. It’s the bee’s knees to say the least and was served with a delicious helping of soft lamb sausage, neither of which I’ve eaten before. Before the week was over, I made sure that Dylan and I went back to the same restaurant in order for him to experience the exhilarating taste of halloumi. Who knew cheese could be so good? Dylan’s reaction was as I expected, the same as mine, so of course both of us invested in a pound or two to take back home. (Also try Sivinia, the Cypriot grappa)

A sort of romantic history

What I liked about Paphos specifically was the romantic history tied to this little town with its hectic night life and party vibe. The story follows that the goddess of love, sex and beauty, the goddess Aphrodite, was born here in Paphos as this was the place where she landed when she rose from the sea. With history that pre-dates Homer (700 BC), Aphrodite is still evident Paphos and the worship of this goddess inspired many poets their love for Paphos.

I came with Dylan to Cyprus, but with no wish of my own to visit Cyprus whatsoever, expecting little to see and do, but came back a history student of the Greek gods. Dylan just laughed at me, since it didn’t even take five days to make me study history. For the first time I understood Dylan’s fascination as to why he became an archaeologist and why he wanted to come to Cyprus. Even if history is not exactly your scene, I can promise you this, apart from experiencing one of the most beautiful Mediterranean island vacations you can imagine, you will come back from your holiday with an ardent love for history, which proves that Aphrodite is still hard at work.

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